The story so far...

Late 2013 after riding the FlowRider at Dreamworld is where we recognized the potential to incorporate this machine in its own vibrant, compact entertainment hub. After over a year of research, development and networking with members of the council and individuals within the local community, the dream of opening those doors for the first time have become a true reality.

Outside of our regular occupation’s we have put everything we have to offer into the project which is driven by our passion and determination, whilst under the guidance of a successful business man. With discussions taking place with two well-known shopping centres in relation to potential land is when we started to gather momentum which created great noise for Sneaky Peaks.

Recommendations from Lee Jeszaen within the Mayor’s office had lead us to the GC Central Chamber of Commerce where we met with Kelly Zirilli. Kelly’s enthusiasm about our unique project caught the attention of the GC Business News and the GC Bulletin who published articles on Sneaky Peaks Flow House. The article gave us great exposure and boomed on social media which has connected Sneaky Peaks to individuals that have shown great interest for our project. Corey (owner/ operator) spoke with Mick Fanning personally at Duranbah who was very well aware of our project and how he thinks this type of venue on the GC would be in his words...."EPIC"

We are pushing extremely hard to find the most appropriate site for this venue and have a good team of commercial agents that are working hard trying to source these sites.

We have also engaged with a company called Port Containers who have done a great job with our sample site design. Our entire site infrastructure will consist of fully fitted out shipping containers which is benificial for several reasons (environment, mobility, costs).

Sneaky Peaks Flow House....Were coming for you Gold Coast!!